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Digestibility of nitrogen 15 labeled wheat bran and its gastrointestinal transit time through the digestive tract in humans


Zeitschrift fuer Ernaehrungswissenschaft 27(1): 30-39
Digestibility of nitrogen 15 labeled wheat bran and its gastrointestinal transit time through the digestive tract in humans
Six healthy human subjects were given 15N-labelled wheat bran in addition to a normal diet. The apparent digestibility of 15N was 84%. The gastrointestinal transit time varied between 25 and 35 h.

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